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Silberstein Structure, a company based in Delray Seashore, Florida, completed this excellent, and actually “inexperienced” residence on the Dutch island of Bonaire inside the Caribbean this earlier March. An entire paradise, the home features a hovering, double-peak widespread area that opens enticingly onto the patio and pool, expertly blurring strains between indoors and out. The gorgeous teak ceilings run from indoors to out, as do the limestone flooring on the first flooring, further accentuating the indoor/outdoors influence.
Along with siting the home to align with native commerce winds to create a cross breeze impression, as you’d anticipate, the rooms orient in the direction of the water views. It’s pretty environmentally acutely conscious, with forty eight photovoltaic panels that power all its lighting and an air conditioning compressor. A photograph voltaic water heater presents all the heating for the pool and an underground cistern outlets rain water for irrigation.
Pictures by Robin Hill.